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Dark Prophecy: A Level 26 Thriller Featuring Steve Dark
     

Dark Prophecy: A Level 26 Thriller Featuring Steve Dark

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by Anthony E. Zuiker, Duane Swierczynski
 

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Steve Dark is a man with a unique talent for catching serial killers. Now he's on a mission to embrace his destiny, unbound by authorities, moral or otherwise, and supported by a mysterious benefactor with unknown goals of her own.

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Steve Dark is a man with a unique talent for catching serial killers. Now he's on a mission to embrace his destiny, unbound by authorities, moral or otherwise, and supported by a mysterious benefactor with unknown goals of her own.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780451234933
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
10/04/2011
Series:
Level 26 Series , #2
Pages:
464
Sales rank:
873,054
Product dimensions:
4.24(w) x 7.52(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

ANTHONY E. ZUIKER is the creator and executive producer of the most-watched television show in the world, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, as well as CSI: Miami and CSI: New York. Zuiker is a visionary business leader who speaks professionally about the future of entertainment and storytelling on multiple platforms. A mystery aficionado since childhood, Zuiker’s lifelong dream has been to write a crime novel. He lives in Las Vegas and Los Angeles with his wife and three children.

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Dark Prophecy (Level 26 Series #2) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 55 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Following the murder of his wife Sibby five years ago, Steve Dark sent his newborn daughter to live with her grandparents as he went after Level 26 serial killers; specifically Sqweegel. His offspring resides in California while he is east coast, but after hacking away at murderers he believes he needs to begin being a father again. Thus he left Special Circs and his boss Riggins and his partner Brielle to start over. King A-hole, better known as Secretary of Defense Norman Wycoff, orders Riggins who does not work for him to go to Chapel Hill to see first hand the murder of think tank expert Martin Green. Riggins assumes DOD needs the laundry cleaned with no ties back to them as he used to use Dark to do that for him. Riggins also normally would send Dark and Brielle, but his top operative is in Santa Barbara re-meeting his daughter and has earned his way back to the human race teaching on the west coast. Riggins tells Agent Paulson to meet him in North Carolina, but someone intercepts the message. Paulson is missing and assumed dead; a desperate Riggins pleads with Dark to help as Brielle enters the dangerous zone of someone with the knack of a serial killer. The second Dark level 26 thriller (see Dark Origin) is an exciting action-packed tale that hooks the reader from start to finish. Although the story line is thin, it is fast-paced even when Dark is with his daughter and in-laws. Fans will appreciate the latest escapades as Dark once again ignores the law, the brass (especially the A-hole) and the danger as he crosses the line to fight Level 26 serial killers on their turf. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great series! My favorite!
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I am about 3/4 of the way through the 2nd book in the series. It picks up where book 1 left off. It's very good so far.
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This was a good read but nowhere near as exciting as the first. I hope that if there is a third, it surpass both novels.
gerryv More than 1 year ago
The book itself was a good read but by no means the same level as the first book. It seemed more of a set up for the third book. I would still recommend it.
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Seemed like a bridge between two good books. Excited for the final chapter
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